Arhlene A. Flowers, assistant professor in the Department of Strategic Communication, will present a paper on June 25 at the International Communication Association's annual conference in Singapore. The paper, on virtual junk food playgrounds, is included in a session on Virtual Worlds for Children: Salient Issues, Diverse Methods, International Perspectives. The research paper was in collaboration with Katalin Lustyik, assistant professor in the Department of Television-Radio.
The International Communication Association (ICA) is an academic association for scholars interested in the study, teaching, and application of all aspects of human and mediated communication.
Stephen Tropiano’s book, Obscene, Indecent, Immoral, and Offensive: 100+ Years of Censored, Banned and Controversial Films, was a finalist for the Theatre Library Association’s Richard Wall Memorial Award.
The Richard Wall Memorial Award, one of two awards given out each year by the Theatre Library Association (TLA), honors one English-language book of exceptional scholarship in the field of recorded performance published or distributed in the United States during the previous calendar year. For the 2010 awards, more than 150 academic and commercial publishers were invited to participate, with nearly 350 titles nominated by TLA members and publishers.
Raymond Gozzi, Jr., associate professor in the Department of Television-Radio, delivered a paper at the Media Ecology Association convention in Orono, Maine, on June 11, 2010. The paper was titled, "The Metaphor of Cloud Computing."
The Media Ecology Association (MEA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the study, research, criticism, and application of media ecology in educational, industry, political, civic, social, cultural, and artistic contexts, and the open exchange of ideas, information, and research among the Association’s members and the larger community.
Over spring break 2010, Dr. Kati Lustyik, Assistant Professor in the Department of Television-Radio, and three Park students, Daniel Haack ’10 (Integrated Marketing Comm, Minor in International Comm), Joseph Bagliere ’11 (TVR, International Comm, Minor in Politics) and Tucker Ives ’11 (TVR, International Comm, Minor in Politics), traveled to Doha, Qatar, to work on a...
Jungle’s Edge, a documentary Gossa Tsegaye, assistant professor in the Department of Television-Radio, has been accepted into the 2010 Theodore Case Film Festival. The film is about daily life in the Jungle, the wooded area near Ithaca's Inlet that for decades has served as a home for the homeless.
The festival’s mission is to further the creative legacy of Theodore Case and the Case Research Laboratory by promoting the film and video arts in Central New York. Tsegaye’s documentary will be screened at the Auburn Public Theater on June 5, 2010.